Bethany Whymark David T. Smith Issue 17 Tastings

Adnams – Copper House Blackcurrant Gin

Adnams Copper House Blackcurrant Gin

Adnams

Copper House Blackcurrant Gin

Adnams


ABV: 40%
Country: England
Style: London Dry
Price per bottle: £21-40
Availability: UK


David T. Smith

Nose
A notably fruity nose with aromas
of strawberry and peach, along with sweet, anise-like spice, fennel, and a lingering earthiness.

Palate
A succulent start with the juiciness of watermelon before a more classic flavour profile develops with notes of juniper and citrus before a hint of leafy mint.

Finish
Leafy, herbal flavours on the finish with a tingle of black pepper and menthol.

Comments
A fresh and leafy gin that would work well in a Basil Smash.

Score

7.9


Bethany Whymark

Nose
A touch of grain sweetness, red berries, and fondant icing – like a Danish pastry. Juniper and grapefruit citrus with heady floral notes.

Palate
loral angelica and coriander, warm peppery spice. A sweet grain note continues with slight anise and fresh juniper. Very light and clean.

Finish
Citrus and drying spice claim the medium-long finish.

Comments
A clean gin with classic and interesting flavours that I feel would lend it well to something like a Bramble.

Score

8.2


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